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Dumped on

The inter­minable cam­paign sea­son wears on, and we’re being dumped on:

Wik­ileaks dumped the Podesta emails, part 12:

If you had any doubts that the Dems and the press are in cahoots, you can rest assured:

Speak­ing of Politico, they have a story about the Dems dump­ing bar­rels of money

to its House can­di­dates this fall by way of a legal loop­hole that has helped them bypass the typ­i­cal lim­its on coor­di­nated spend­ing between par­ties and candidates

Just three days ago the WaPo was say­ing Hillary’s already won, and is now decid­ing whether to “expand the map or stick to the plan.”

Because the polls can’t be rigged?

Back to the sub­ject of Wik­ileaks, don’t doubt that the Clin­tons are cor­rupt: In just one instance, Qatar gifts Bill Clin­ton $1,000,000 for his birth­day. Arms flow increases 1,482%.

And then there are alle­ga­tions of quid pro quo, also known as tit for tat,

In a state­ment released by the State Depart­ment, Kennedy said he reached out because he wanted “to bet­ter under­stand a pro­posal the FBI had made to upgrade one of for­mer Sec­re­tary Clinton’s emails prior to its pub­lic release” and that McCauley raised the topic of FBI slots in Iraq “as an entirely sep­a­rate mat­ter.” He said he could not speak to McCauley’s rec­ol­lec­tion but insisted: “There was no quid pro quo, nor was there any bar­gain­ing. At no point in our con­ver­sa­tion was I under the impres­sion we were bargaining.”

Kennedy also said in the state­ment his moti­va­tions “were never political.”

More news dumps: James O’Keefe’s videos of the Clin­ton cam­paign and the DNC strat­egy of incit­ing vio­lence at Trump events — which vio­lence Hillary blamed on Trump’s words — and engag­ing in voter fraud.

(Don’t for­get my inter­est­ing expe­ri­ence last week.)

But hey, the POTUS says to “stop whin­ing,”

At a news con­fer­ence in the White House Rose Gar­den, Mr. Obama said, “I have never seen in my life­time, or in mod­ern polit­i­cal his­tory, any pres­i­den­tial can­di­date try­ing to dis­credit the elec­tions and the elec­tion process before votes have even taken place.”

Maybe, if he’s seri­ous about dis­cred­it­ing, Obama ought to tell his party to stop dump­ing raw sewage while they’re at it.

Fausta Rodriguez Wertz writes on U.S. and Latin Amer­i­can pol­i­tics, news, and cul­ture at Fausta’s Blog.

The interminable campaign season wears on, and we’re being dumped on:

Wikileaks dumped the Podesta emails, part 12:

If you had any doubts that the Dems and the press are in cahoots, you can rest assured:

Speaking of Politico, they have a story about the Dems dumping barrels of money

to its House candidates this fall by way of a legal loophole that has helped them bypass the typical limits on coordinated spending between parties and candidates

Just three days ago the WaPo was saying Hillary’s already won, and is now deciding whether to “expand the map or stick to the plan.”

Because the polls can’t be rigged?

Back to the subject of Wikileaks, don’t doubt that the Clintons are corrupt: In just one instance, Qatar gifts Bill Clinton $1,000,000 for his birthday. Arms flow increases 1,482%.

And then there are allegations of quid pro quo, also known as tit for tat,

In a statement released by the State Department, Kennedy said he reached out because he wanted “to better understand a proposal the FBI had made to upgrade one of former Secretary Clinton’s emails prior to its public release” and that McCauley raised the topic of FBI slots in Iraq “as an entirely separate matter.” He said he could not speak to McCauley’s recollection but insisted: “There was no quid pro quo, nor was there any bargaining. At no point in our conversation was I under the impression we were bargaining.”

Kennedy also said in the statement his motivations “were never political.”

More news dumps: James O’Keefe’s videos of the Clinton campaign and the DNC strategy of inciting violence at Trump events – which violence Hillary blamed on Trump’s words – and engaging in voter fraud.

(Don’t forget my interesting experience last week.)

But hey, the POTUS says to “stop whining,”

At a news conference in the White House Rose Garden, Mr. Obama said, “I have never seen in my lifetime, or in modern political history, any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections and the election process before votes have even taken place.”

Maybe, if he’s serious about discrediting, Obama ought to tell his party to stop dumping raw sewage while they’re at it.

Fausta Rodriguez Wertz writes on U.S. and Latin American politics, news, and culture at Fausta’s Blog.